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    Talland Bay Beach

    Talland Bay Between Looe and Polperro, a quietish cove with a great cafe, a pub and and parking. Idyllic beach with a pub and a great cafe which serves proper coffee and hires out kayaks if you’re feeling adventurous. Served by only one small single track road and the south west coast path this is a […]

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    East Looe Beach

    East Looe Beach Family friendly sandy beach with safe swimming and all services nearby. Easily accessible – there is even a beach wheelchair for disabled visitors. Quietly dramatic in winter, tourist hotspot in summer, this is a big, safe sandy beach shielded on one side by the wonderful Banjo Pier and on the other by […]

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    West Looe Beach at Hannafore

    West Looe Beach at Hannafore Great for rock pooling at low tide or snorkelling at high tide, free parking on road above, facilities nearby. Long, pebbly West Looe beach with great views over Looe Island. Small patches of sand fight for space among the rocky outcrops. Great for running your dog and your children. Superb […]

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    Seaton Beach

    Seaton Beach Large dog friendly sand and shingle beach to the east of Looe. Parking behind beach. All facilities. Large,south-facing sandy beach, located at the bottom of the pretty Seaton valley (which offers nice shaded walks if the sun gets too much). Popular spot for swimming and body boarding during the summer. Nice cafe and […]

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    Lansallos Beach

    Lansallos Beach Another National Trust beach, a secluded cove at the end of an old smugglers’ path, popular with families. Arguably the prettiest, yet least visited beach around in South East Cornwall. Lansallos beach isn‘t even named on most maps. It’s a sheltered sand and shingle cove half a mile from Lansallos church and car […]

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    Lantic Bay

    Lantic Bay National Trust owned beach, reached by 20 min walk from car park along and down a steep coast path. Swimmers should be aware of strong currents and shelving. This is a regular spot for yachts to moor up during the summer. Very quiet white sand cove surrounded by sheer cliffs. A really dramatic […]

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    Whitsand Bay & the Rame Peninsula

    Whitsand Bay & the Rame Peninsula Long sandy beaches at bottom of high sloping cliffs. Best place for surfing in the area but rip currents can make it dangerous for swimming. Life Guards stationed at Freathy during summer season. Discover Cornwall’s wild, ‘forgotten corner’ Often referred to as the ‘forgotten corner’ of Cornwall this peninsula, […]

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